Today’s team review is from Judith W, she blogs here https://readandreview2016.wordpress.com/
Judith has been reading Doctor Perry by Kirsten McKenzie
Doctor Perry assures elderly patients at the Rose Haven Retirement Home he can offer warmth, sympathy, and understanding. Doctor Perry is lying.
I greatly enjoyed Kirsten McKenzie’s gothic horror novel, Painted, which you can read my review for here.
The narration and writing style of Doctor Perry is clipped and meticulously detailed, creating a nice parallel for Doctor Perry’s own personality.
At first, I thought this book was like a modern-day Sweeney Todd – a concept I was completely on board with. Doctor Perry doesn’t follow this narrative trajectory however, but it is still suitably unsettling.
Doctor Perry is the best character by far; he’s mysterious, psychopathic and darkly interested in in all kinds of science.
I also liked the twin boys fostered by Doctor Perry’s wife…
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